On their face, all mega menus seem alike - a big panel of links that take you where you want to go. But there is more to mega menus than meets the eye. Today mega menus are also about marketing and no one does it better than these 12 sites.
Applying for a job online is a chore. Searches that bring up useless results. Long registration forms. Antiquated systems. Wouldn’t it be refreshing if careers sites looked for a job for you instead? IBM thought so — then they did something about it.
It's time for our 2017 eBusiness Index predictions and this year is all about 800 pound gorillas playing musical chairs. The question is who will be left standing?
Absolutely. Positively. No. Why? Because it is an awful sales practice. Despite my persistent efforts to galvanize a permanent revolt against this bad practice, too many sites still use PDF documents in place of real content.
Last week, IBM.com launched a new home page which provides a template for things to come. Here’s four interesting takeaways worth putting in your hat.
Personalization is starting to become de rigeur again among leading IT Web teams. SAP.com is fiddling with a particularly interesting approach that threads content based on the starting page. Interesting.
I recently stumbled across a blog describing data from the Usabilla service that tracks real time feedback from site users. Turns out this service could be used for a lot more than your rank and file "do you love me?" surveys.
IBM never misses an opportunity to put its best marketing foot forward, and its PartnerWorld mega-menu is no exception.
This week we completed our Website usability review of Dell.com – and learned a couple of interesting things about this site’s new life in the private sector.
Cisco.com teamed with Google to virtually banish the dreaded "Sorry, no search results found" message. The solution wasn't hard to find, they had to throw in the towel first.